|1||Madiera Dream||Tom Senior|
|2||The Spaniard||Thompson 1777|
|3||Ore Boggy||Neal 1726|
|4||Mulberry Garden||Playford 1670|
|5||Sussex Cottage||Chris Turner||hey version
|6||Colin's Tambourine||Colin Hume|
|8||Ramblin' Rosie||Gary Roodman||Revised version
Dance of the month
|9||Swirling Waters||Colin Hume|
|10||The Disbanded Officer||Thompson 1776 (Sheffield)|
|11||Red and all Red||Thompson 1757||3-couple set|
|12||Softly Good Tummas||Kynaston 1718|
|13||Autumn in Amherst||Philippe Callens|
A number of people were off at the Portland Ball, so a smaller crowd. "Swirling Waters" was touch-and-go, especially with the double progression. "Colin's Tambourine", however, went over quite well.
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